Giving nature and the environment the same legal rights as humans is gaining ground as a new strategy to protect them from disaster.
UNSW Law Professor Cameron Holley on implementing laws to save the future of our planet.
This Friday is PARK(ing) Day, when people pay a parking meter then turn the space into a pop-up parklet. It's a day that invites citizens to rethink the city and their place in it, writes Amelia Thorpe.
The international law expert talks about her solitary, often nail-biting treks and why we shouldn’t mess with Mother Nature.
The long-awaited independent review of coal seam gas in NSW highlights many risks and uncertainties around human health from exposure to toxic chemicals, write David Shearman and Melissa Haswell.
With a new planning system about to be introduced in NSW, the need for an independent, specialist public interest environmental and planning law centre is greater than ever, argues Amelia Thorpe.